This workshop is designed for professionals in child and adolescent mental health and development, social care, education and youth justice. Participants will have the opportunity to develop an understanding of how this intervention is used successfully for overcoming violence, aggression, controlling and self-destructive behaviour in the family, school and community.
Whilst similar in content to last year’s workshop, there will be a special emphasis on developing a child focus in NVR by utilising the practice of reconciliation gestures to support attachment.
"We commit to the principles of NVR in our life and work.
In the spirit of Gandhi, Martin Luther King and others we support each other in the promotion and the dissemination of the NVR attitude in ourselves, in families, schools, communities, organizations and in the political sphere.
We raise our voice and take a stand for a responsible leadership in an open and transparent manner."